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PPIs do not pose any potential risk of first-time strokes

Jul
24

Date: July 24th, 2018

PPI Use not one of the Reasons behind First-time Strokes

PPIs (also known as Proton Pump Inhibitors) are ranked among the leading prescribed medicines across the globe, and heartening results have discovered that regular users will not suffer from increased chances of experiencing a first-time stroke as one of its long-term results.

Regular exercise can lessen chances of heart complications despite genetic factors

Jul
20

Date: July 20th, 2018

Exercise can battle Genetic Disposition to Heart Problems

A new study has suggested that regular exercise helps to reduce one’s chances of contracting heart complications, even in cases where one’s genes put them at a higher risk of such conditions.

Poor sleep patterns could be caused to higher risk of Alzheimer’s

Jul
17

Date: July 17th, 2018

Sleep Deprivation Linked to Increased Chances of Alzheimer’s

According to the results of a new study conducted on the sleeping patterns of individuals, it has been discovered that the lack of a regular resting schedule could enhance the levels of a protein known as beta-amyloid, which is a marker related to Alzheimer’s disease.

Exercise not an attractive high blood pressure remedy

Jul
13

Date: July 13th, 2018

Exercise Unpopular Amongst High Blood Pressure Solutions

A new survey has indicated that a majority of people do not find exercise as a favorite option when it comes to lowering their blood pressure.

Early childhood weight loss can reduce diabetes risk factors

Jul
10

Date: July 10th, 2018

Healthy Weight Loss in Childhood can Lessen Risk of Diabetes

It has long been common knowledge that obesity in children can lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in the future, but new studies have discovered that if this weight is lost before the age of 13 and kept off, then the risk levels concerning this condition dramatically decrease as well.

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